How to disable notifications during Presentations or while playing Games in Windows 10

Focus Assist Setting

Although the 'Action Center' of Windows 10 gives users quick access to commonly used settings, applications and usage displays, their number (notifications) is not welcome. Especially when you are in the middle of an important presentation. So, if you want to stop these Windows 10 notifications when you present something important or watch videos and play games, read on. This method requires you to make changes to the entries under the Focus Assist feature of Windows 10, that is, you configureAutomatic rules of focus assistance"

Disable notifications during presentations in Windows 10

Using Focus Assist's Auto Rules feature, you can prevent notifications from being disabled during presentations or games in Windows 10. By setting a few options under Focus Assist in Windows 10, you can remove all distractions. However, it is important to note that the method will only produce the desired results if you give the presentation or watch videos / play games in full screen mode. Otherwise, you will continue to receive notifications in non-full screen mode.

Fortunately, you do not need to disable or disable all notifications; simply set up Windows 10 to not show notifications when you show, watch videos, or play games. Here's how to do it.

1) Access Focus Assist from the system

Focus Assist helps you do more by easily blocking notifications, sounds and alerts to create work schedules without distraction. So,

Click & #39;beginning& # 39 ;, Choose & #39;settings& #39; and go to & #39;System & #39;.

Scroll down to locate theFocusing aid& #39; section.

2) Configure Focus Assist's automatic rules

This section allows you to choose the time and activities when you do not want to be disturbed.

Disable notifications during presentations

So, in the Automatic Rules section, turn on

  • The option 'When I duplicate my screen'. This action will prevent notifications from appearing on your computer screen during the presentation)
  • "When I play a game"
  • "When I use an application in full screen mode" (for watching videos).

When finished, change the focus level to 'Alarms only'As shown in the screenshot above.

In the following, you will not see any notification appearing on your computer screen when you perform your task in full screen mode.

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